Publicaciones

Publicaciones en revistas y actas de congresos

2017

  • O. M. Guilera & Zs. Sándor. “Giant planet formation at the pressure maxima of protoplanetary disks”. Accepted for publication in Astronomy & Astrophysics (ads).
  • O. M. Guilera, M. M. Miller Bertolami & M. P. Ronco. “The formation of giant planets in wide orbits by photoevaporation-synchronised migration”. Accepted for publication in Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society Letters (ads)
  • M. P. Ronco, O. M. Guilera & G. C. de Elía. “Formation of solar system analogs I: looking for initial conditions through a population synthesis analysis”. Accepted for publication in Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society (ads)

2016

  • M. P. Ronco., O. M. Guilera & G. C De Elía. “POPULATION SYNTHESIS ANALYSIS: DETERMINING PARAMETERS AND FAVORABLE SCENARIOS FOR THE FORMATION OF SOLAR SYSTEM ANALOGS”. RevMexAA(SC) Vol 49. Proceedings of the XV Latin American Regional IAU Meeting.(RevMexxAA link).
  • O. M. Guilera & M. P. Ronco. “Giant planet formation on wide orbits by core accretion”. Ronco. RevMexAA(SC) Vol 49. Proceedings of the XV Latin American Regional IAU Meeting.(RevMexxAA link).
  • A. Dugaro, G. C. de Elía, A.Brunini & O. M. Guilera. “Terrestrial planets and water delivery around low-mass stars”, Astronomy & Astrophysics, Volume 596, id.A54. (ads)
  • R. Di Sisto & M. Zanardi. “Surface ages of mid-size saturnian satellites”, Icarus, Volume 264, p. 90-101 (ads)

2015

  • Ronco, M. P.; de Elía, G. C.; Guilera, O. M. “Terrestrial-type planet formation. Comparing different types of initial conditions”. Astronomy & Astrophysics, Volume 584, id.A47. 12/2015. (ads)
  • Ronco, M. P.; Thiabaud, A.; Marboeuf, U.; Alibert, Y.; de Elía, G. C.; Guilera, O. M. “Chemical composition of Earth-like planets”. Boletín de la Asociación Argentina de Astronomía, vol.57. 08/2015. (ads)
  • Guilera, O. M. “Giant planet formation via pebble accretion”. BAAA, Vol. 58. (2015). (ads)
  • E. Tello, R. Di Sisto, A. Brunini. “Long-Term Evolution of Neptune Trojans”, Revista Mexicana de Astronomía y Astrofísica (Serie de Conferencias) Vol. 46, pp. 95–96.(ads)

2014

  • Brunini A. (2014), “On the dynamical evolution and end states of binary centaurs”, Monthly Notices of the RAS, January, 2014. Vol. 437, pp. 2297-2302. (ads)(doi)
  • Guilera O.M., de Elía G.C., Brunini A. and Santamaría P.J. (2014), “Planetesimal fragmentation and giant planet formation”, Astronomy & Astrophysics, Volume 565, id.A96. 05/2014.(ads)
  • Ronco M.P. and de Elí­a G.C. (2014), “Diversity of planetary systems in low-mass disks: Terrestrial-type planet formation and water delivery”, ArXiv e-prints, May, 2014. (ads)
  • Guilera, O. M.; Swoboda, D.; Alibert, Y.; de Elía, G. C.; Santamaría, P. J.; Brunini, A. “Planetesimal fragmentation and giant planet formation: the role of planet migration”. Complex Planetary Systems, Proceedings of the International Astronomical Union, IAU Symposium, Volume 310. 07/2014. (ads)
  • Ronco, M. P.; de Elía, G. C.; Guilera, O. M. “Terrestrial planet formation in low-mass disks: dependence with initial conditions”. Complex Planetary Systems, Proceedings of the International Astronomical Union, IAU Symposium, Volume 310. 07/2014. (ads)
  • R. Di Sisto, X. Ramos, C. Beaugé. “Giga-year evolution of Jupiter Trojans and the asymmetry problem”, Icarus, Volume 243, p. 287-295. (ads)

2013

  • de Elía G.C., Guilera O.M. and Brunini A. (2013), “Terrestrial planets in high-mass disks without gas giants”, Astronomy and Astrophysics, September, 2013. Vol. 557, pp. A42. (ads)(doi)
  • Di Sisto R.P. and Zanardi M. (2013), “The production of craters on the mid-sized Saturnian satellites by Centaur objects”, Astronomy and Astrophysics, May, 2013. Vol. 553, pp. A79. (ads)(doi)
  • Qian S.-B., Shi G., Fernández Lajús E., Di Sisto R.P., Zhu L.-Y., Liu L., Zhao E.-G. and Li L.-J. (2013), “Is WX Cen a Possible Type Ia Supernova Progenitor with Wind-driven Mass Transfer?”, Astrophysical Journal, Letters, August, 2013. Vol. 772, pp. L18. (ads)(doi)

2011

  • Baume G., Carraro G., Comeron F. and de Elía G.C. (2011), “The Ara OB1a association. Stellar population and star formation history”, Astronomy and Astrophysics, July, 2011. Vol. 531, pp. A73. (ads)(doi)
  • de Elía G.C. and Di Sisto R.P. (2011), “Impactor flux and cratering on Ceres and Vesta: implications for the early solar system”, Astronomy and Astrophysics, October, 2011. Vol. 534, pp. A129. (ads)(doi)
  • Di Sisto R.P. and Brunini A. (2011), “Origin of craters on Phoebe: comparison with Cassini's data”, Astronomy and Astrophysics, October, 2011. Vol. 534, pp. A68. (ads)(doi)
  • Guilera O.M., Fortier A., Brunini A. and Benvenuto O.G. (2011), “Simultaneous formation of solar system giant planets”, Astronomy and Astrophysics, August, 2011. Vol. 532, pp. A142. (ads)(doi)
  • Miguel Y., Guilera O.M. and Brunini A. (2011), “The role of the initial surface density profiles of the disc on giant planet formation: comparing with observations”, Monthly Notices of the RAS, April, 2011. Vol. 412, pp. 2113-2124. (ads)(doi)
  • Miguel Y., Guilera O.M. and Brunini A. (2011), “The diversity of planetary system architectures: contrasting theory with observations”, Monthly Notices of the RAS, October, 2011. Vol. 417, pp. 314-332. (ads)(doi)

2010

  • de Elía G.C., Di Sisto R.P. and Brunini A. (2010), “Impactor flux and cratering on the Pluto-Charon system”, Astronomy and Astrophysics, October, 2010. Vol. 521, pp. A23. (ads)(doi)
  • de Elía G.C. and Brunini A. (2010), “Studying the jovian Trojan dust”, Astronomy and Astrophysics, March, 2010. Vol. 512, pp. A65. (ads)(doi)
  • Di Sisto R.P., Brunini A. and de Elía G.C. (2010), “Dynamical evolution of escaped plutinos, another source of Centaurs”, Astronomy and Astrophysics, September, 2010. Vol. 519, pp. A112. (ads)(doi)
  • Guilera O.M., Brunini A. and Benvenuto O.G. (2010), “Consequences of the simultaneous formation of giant planets by the core accretion mechanism”, Astronomy and Astrophysics, October, 2010. Vol. 521, pp. A50. (ads)(doi)
  • Miguel Y. and Brunini A. (2010), “Planet formation: statistics of spin rates and obliquities of extrasolar planets”, Monthly Notices of the RAS, August, 2010. Vol. 406, pp. 1935-1943. (ads)(doi)
  • Miguel Y. and Brunini A. (2010), “Testing models for the formation of habitable planets”, Highlights of Astronomy, November, 2010. Vol. 15, pp. 706-706. (ads)(doi)

2009

  • Benvenuto O.G., Fortier A. and Brunini A. (2009), “Forming Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus and Neptune in few million years by core accretion”, Icarus, December, 2009. Vol. 204, pp. 752-755. (ads)(doi)
  • Di Sisto R.P., Fernández J.A. and Brunini A. (2009), “On the population, physical decay and orbital distribution of Jupiter family comets: Numerical simulations”, Icarus, September, 2009. Vol. 203, pp. 140-154. (ads)(doi)
  • Miguel Y. and Brunini A. (2009), “Core instability models of giant planet accretion - II. Forming planetary systems”, Monthly Notices of the RAS, January, 2009. Vol. 392, pp. 391-399. (ads)(doi)

2008

  • Benvenuto O.G. and Brunini A. (2008), “The effects of ablation on the cross section of planetary envelopes at capturing planetesimals”, Icarus, June, 2008. Vol. 195, pp. 882-894. (ads)(doi)
  • Brunini A. and Benvenuto O.G. (2008), “On oligarchic growth of planets in protoplanetary disks”, Icarus, April, 2008. Vol. 194, pp. 800-810. (ads)(doi)
  • de Elía G.C., Brunini A. and Di Sisto R.P. (2008), “Collisional and dynamical evolution of Plutinos”, Astronomy and Astrophysics, November, 2008. Vol. 490, pp. 835-842. (ads)(doi)
  • Gil-Hutton R. and Brunini A. (2008), “Surface composition of Hilda asteroids from the analysis of the Sloan Digital Sky Survey colors”, Icarus, February, 2008. Vol. 193, pp. 567-571. (ads)(doi)
  • Miguel Y. and Brunini A. (2008), “Core instability models of giant planet accretion and the planetary desert”, Monthly Notices of the RAS, June, 2008. Vol. 387, pp. 463-468. (ads)(doi)
  • Parisi M.G., Carraro G., Maris M. and Brunini A. (2008), “Constraints to Uranus' great collision IV. The origin of Prospero”, Astronomy and Astrophysics, May, 2008. Vol. 482, pp. 657-664. (ads)(doi)

2007

  • Benvenuto O.G., Brunini A. and Fortier A. (2007), “Envelope instability in giant planet formation”, Icarus, November, 2007. Vol. 191, pp. 394-396. (ads)(doi)
  • Brunini A. and Santamaría P. (2007), “On some aspects of the stirring rate of planetesimal velocities by a protoplanet”, Monthly Notices of the RAS, June, 2007. Vol. 378, pp. 657-661. (ads)(doi)
  • Brunini A., Santamaría P.J., Viturro H.R. and Cionco R.G. (2007), “On the number of particles in N-body simulations of planet disk interaction”, Planetary Space Science, November, 2007. Vol. 55, pp. 2121-2127. (ads)(doi)
  • de Elía G.C. and Brunini A. (2007), “Collisional and dynamical evolution of the main belt and NEA population”, Astronomy and Astrophysics, May, 2007. Vol. 466, pp. 1159-1177. (ads)(doi)
  • de Elía G.C. and Brunini A. (2007), “Collisional and dynamical evolution of the L$_4$ Trojan asteroids”, Astronomy and Astrophysics, November, 2007. Vol. 475, pp. 375-389. (ads)(doi)
  • Di Sisto R.P. and Brunini A. (2007), “The origin and distribution of the Centaur population”, Icarus, September, 2007. Vol. 190, pp. 224-235. (ads)(doi)
  • Fortier A., Benvenuto O.G. and Brunini A. (2007), “Oligarchic planetesimal accretion and giant planet formation”, Astronomy and Astrophysics, October, 2007. Vol. 473, pp. 311-322. (ads)(doi)

2006

  • Brunini A. (2006), “Origin of the obliquities of the giant planets in mutual interactions in the early Solar System”, Nature, April, 2006. Vol. 440, pp. 1163-1165. (ads)(doi)
  • Brunini A. (2006), “Retraction: Origin of the obliquities of the giant planets in mutual interactions in the early Solar System”, Nature, October, 2006. Vol. 443, pp. 1013. (ads)(doi)

2005

  • Benvenuto O.G. and Brunini A. (2005), “Methods for computing giant planet formation and evolution”, Monthly Notices of the RAS, February, 2005. Vol. 356, pp. 1383-1395. (ads)(doi)
  • Brunini A. and Cionco R.G. (2005), “The origin and nature of Neptune-like planets orbiting close to solar type stars”, Icarus, September, 2005. Vol. 177, pp. 264-268. (ads)(doi)
  • Di Sisto R.P., Brunini A., Dirani L.D. and Orellana R.B. (2005), “Hilda asteroids among Jupiter family comets”, Icarus, March, 2005. Vol. 174, pp. 81-89. (ads)(doi)
  • Gomes R.S., Gallardo T., Fernández J.A. and Brunini A. (2005), “On The Origin of The High-Perihelion Scattered Disk: The Role of The Kozai Mechanism And Mean Motion Resonances”, Celestial Mechanics and Dynamical Astronomy, January, 2005. Vol. 91, pp. 109-129. (ads)(doi)

2004

  • Fernández J.A., Gallardo T. and Brunini A. (2004), “The scattered disk population as a source of Oort cloud comets: evaluation of its current and past role in populating the Oort cloud”, Icarus, December, 2004. Vol. 172, pp. 372-381. (ads)(doi)

2003

  • Brunini A., Di Sisto R.P. and Orellana R.B. (2003), “Cratering rate on the jovian system: the contribution from Hilda asteroids”, Icarus, October, 2003. Vol. 165, pp. 371-378. (ads)(doi)
  • Brunini A. and Viturro H.R. (2003), “A tree code for planetesimal dynamics: comparison with a hybrid direct code”, Monthly Notices of the RAS, December, 2003. Vol. 346, pp. 924-932. (ads)(doi)
  • Fernández J.A., Gallardo T. and Brunini A. (2003), “The Scattered Disk Population and the Oort Cloud”, Earth Moon and Planets, June, 2003. Vol. 92, pp. 43-48. (ads)(doi)

2002

  • Brunini A. and Melita M.D. (2002), “Evolution of the Kuiper belt during the accretion of the outer planets”, Highlights of Astronomy Vol. 12, pp. 214-218. (ads)
  • Brunini A. and Melita M.D. (2002), “On the accretion of Uranus and Neptune”, Monthly Notices of the RAS, February, 2002. Vol. 330, pp. 184-186. (ads)(doi)
  • Brunini A. and Miloni O.I. (2002), “The contribution of José Luis Sérsic to celestial mechanics”, Journal of Astronomical History and Heritage, June, 2002. Vol. 5, pp. 35-40. (ads)
  • Brunini A., Parisi M.G. and Tancredi G. (2002), “Constraints to Uranus' Great Collision III: The Origin of the Outer Satellites”, Icarus, September, 2002. Vol. 159, pp. 166-177. (ads)(doi)
  • Brunini A. (2002), “Dynamics of the Edgeworth-Kuiper Belt beyond 50 AU. Spread of a primordial thin disk”, Astronomy and Astrophysics, November, 2002. Vol. 394, pp. 1129-1134. (ads)(doi)
  • Brunini A. and Melita M.D. (2002), “The Existence of a Planet beyond 50 AU and the Orbital Distribution of the Classical Edgeworth-Kuiper-Belt Objects”, Icarus, November, 2002. Vol. 160, pp. 32-43. (ads)(doi)
  • Cionco R.G. and Brunini A. (2002), “Orbital migrations in planetesimal discs: N-body simulations and the resonant dynamical friction”, Monthly Notices of the RAS, July, 2002. Vol. 334, pp. 77-86. (ads)(doi)
  • Fernández J.A., Gallardo T. and Brunini A. (2002), “Are There Many Inactive Jupiter-Family Comets among the Near-Earth Asteroid Population?”, Icarus, October, 2002. Vol. 159, pp. 358-368. (ads)(doi)

2001

  • Melita M.D. and Brunini A. (2001), “A possible long-lived asteroid population at the equilateral Lagrangian points of Saturn”, Monthly Notices of the RAS, April, 2001. Vol. 322, pp. L17-L21. (ads)(doi)

2000

  • Fernández J.A. and Brunini A. (2000), “The Buildup of a Tightly Bound Comet Cloud around an Early Sun Immersed in a Dense Galactic Environment: Numerical Experiments”, Icarus, June, 2000. Vol. 145, pp. 580-590. (ads)(doi)
  • Melita M.D. and Brunini A. (2000), “Comparative Study of Mean-Motion Resonances in the Trans-Neptunian Region”, Icarus, September, 2000. Vol. 147, pp. 205-219. (ads)(doi)

1999

  • Brunini A. and Fernández J.A. (1999), “Numerical simulations of the accretion of Uranus and Neptune”, Planetary Space Science, May, 1999. Vol. 47, pp. 591-605. (ads)(doi)
  • Cellino A., Hutton R.G., Tedesco E.F., Di Martino M. and Brunini A. (1999), “Polarimetric Observations of Small Asteroids: Preliminary Results”, Icarus, March, 1999. Vol. 138, pp. 129-140. (ads)(doi)
  • Gil-Hutton R. and Brunini A. (1999), “Collisional evolution of the early asteroid belt”, Planetary Space Science, April, 1999. Vol. 47, pp. 331-338. (ads)(doi)
  • Parisi M.G. and Brunini A. (1999), “Dynamical constraints to the masses of large planetesimals”, Planetary Space Science, May, 1999. Vol. 47, pp. 607-617. (ads)(doi)

1998

  • Brunini A. (1998), “Dynamical behaviour of the primitive asteroid belt”, Monthly Notices of the RAS, February, 1998. Vol. 293, pp. 405. (ads)(doi)
  • Brunini A. and Huton R.G. (1998), “The cometary bombardment on the primitive asteroid belt”, Planetary Space Science, August, 1998. Vol. 46, pp. 997-1001. (ads)(doi)
  • Brunini A. and Melita M.D. (1998), “On the Existence of a Primordial Cometary Belt between Uranus and Neptune”, Icarus, October, 1998. Vol. 135, pp. 408-414. (ads)(doi)
  • Brunini A. (1998), “Stability of orbits within the Disc around the binary system BD+31deg643”, Planetary Space Science, December, 1998. Vol. 47, pp. 175-180. (ads)(doi)

1997

  • Brunini A. (1997), “Stability of planets orbiting BD + 31deg643”, Monthly Notices of the RAS, November, 1997. Vol. 291, pp. L47. (ads)
  • Parisi M.G. and Brunini A. (1997), “Constraints to Uranus' Great Collision - II”, Planetary Space Science, February, 1997. Vol. 45, pp. 181-187. (ads)(doi)

1996

  • Brunini A. (1996), “On the Satellite Capture Problem Capture and stability regions for planetary satellites”, Celestial Mechanics and Dynamical Astronomy, March, 1996. Vol. 64, pp. 79-92. (ads)(doi)
  • Brunini A. and Fernandez J.A. (1996), “Perturbations on an extended Kuiper disk caused by passing stars and giant molecular clouds.”, Astronomy and Astrophysics, April, 1996. Vol. 308, pp. 988-994. (ads)
  • Brunini A., Giordano C.M. and Orellana R.B. (1996), “Capture conditions in restricted three-body problem.”, Astronomy and Astrophysics, October, 1996. Vol. 314, pp. 977-982. (ads)
  • Brunini A. and Benvenuto O.G. (1996), “Beta Pictoris: its evolutionary status”, Monthly Notices of the RAS, December, 1996. Vol. 283, pp. L84-L88. (ads)

1995

  • Brunini A. (1995), “The effect of distant stellar encounters on planetary systems. II.”, Astronomy and Astrophysics, January, 1995. Vol. 293, pp. 935-940. (ads)
  • Brunini A. (1995), “A possible constraint to Uranus' great collision”, Planetary Space Science, August, 1995. Vol. 43, pp. 1019-1021. (ads)(doi)
  • Brunini A., Giordano C.M. and Plastino A.R. (1995), “Numerical Exploration of the Dynamics of Self-Adjoint S-Type Riemann Ellipsoids”, Astrophysics and Space Science, December, 1995. Vol. 234, pp. 153-167. (ads)(doi)
  • Brunini A. (1995), “Capture of Planetesimals by the Giant Planets”, Earth Moon and Planets, December, 1995. Vol. 71, pp. 281-284. (ads)(doi)

1994

  • Brunini A. (1994), “Commets on Hill's approximation in the problem of planetary encounters”, Astronomy and Astrophysics, September, 1994. Vol. 289, pp. 637-639. (ads)

1993

  • Brunini A. (1993), “Close Encounters Between the Terrestrial Planets and Planet-Crosser Asteroids”, LPI Contributions Vol. 810, pp. 48. (ads)
  • Brunini A. and Zadunaisky P.E. (1993), “Estimation of global errors in the numerical solution of ordinary differential equations.”, Computers in Physics, January, 1993. Vol. 7, pp. 81-86. (ads)(doi)
  • Brunini A. (1993), “Dynamical Friction Induces Perturbations on Oort Cloud Comets”, Astronomy and Astrophysics, June, 1993. Vol. 273, pp. 684-694. (ads)
  • Brunini A. (1993), “The importance of distant stellar encounters in the dynamical evolution of planetary systems”, Astronomy and Astrophysics, September, 1993. Vol. 276, pp. 261. (ads)
  • Brunini A. (1993), “Dynamical friction induces perturbations on Oort cloud comets”, Celestial Mechanics and Dynamical Astronomy, October, 1993. Vol. 57, pp. 406. (ads)
  • Brunini A. (1993), “Orbital evolution of the terrestrial planets as a result of close encounters and collisions with planet-crossing asteroids”, Planetary Space Science, October, 1993. Vol. 41, pp. 747-751. (ads)(doi)

1992

  • Brunini A. (1992), “On the ephemerides of Uranus”, Astronomy and Astrophysics, February, 1992. Vol. 255, pp. 401-404. (ads)
  • Brunini A. (1992), “On the unmodeled perturbations in the motion of Uranus”, Celestial Mechanics and Dynamical Astronomy, June, 1992. Vol. 53, pp. 129-143. (ads)(doi)
  • Brunini A. (1992), “Would a collision on Uranus explain its systematic residuals?”, Astronomy and Astrophysics, October, 1992. Vol. 264, pp. 292-295. (ads)
  • Brunini A. (1992), “A theoretical dynamical limit of planet X's mass based on its perturbations on Uranus and Neptune”, Astronomy and Astrophysics, November, 1992. Vol. 265, pp. 324-327. (ads)

1990

  • Brunini A. (1990), “On the Determination of Perturbations in Planetary Motions”, Revista Mexicana de Astronomia y Astrofisica, November, 1990. Vol. 21, pp. 581. (ads)
  • Brunini A. (1990), “Dynamical Study of the Galactic Influence on the A(orig) Distribution of the Long Period Comets”, Revista Mexicana de Astronomia y Astrofisica, November, 1990. Vol. 21, pp. 597. (ads)
  • Brunini A. (1990), “Comments on the symmetric difference quotient and its applications to the correction of orbits by R.A. Serafin and E. Wnuk”, Celestial Mechanics and Dynamical Astronomy, December, 1990. Vol. 50, pp. 299-300. (ads)(doi)

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